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New Yorker Magazine - May 12, 1973 - Cover by Andre Francois
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This item is already soldNew Yorker Magazine - May 12, 1973 - Cover by Andre Francois
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the May 12, 1973 edition of the New Yorker Magazine. This vintage magazine was carefully stored flat, high and dry and is in excellent, fresh condition. It has a bright, colorful cover. It does not have a mailing label and never had one.

Cover artist: Andre Francois
Publication Date: May 12, 1973
Page Count: 148 pages
In this issue:

The Talk of the Town Torture by Phyllis Harris. Talk story about the meeting held by Amnesty International at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York on the subject of torture. Since its formation in London in 1961, the Amnesty International has been largely responsible for the release of 5000 political prisoners. Amnesty International is hoping...

Musical Events by Ellen Willis.

Books by George Steiner.

U. S. Journal U.S. JOURNAL: GALLUP, N.M. YOU ALWAYS TURN YOUR HEAD by Calvin Trillin. US JOURNAL about an incident in Gallup, involving Indian militant Casuse's abductionof Mayor Frankie Garcia, to draw attention to the plight of the local Navajos. Casuse, who unlike many of his peers at the U. of N.M., did not grow up on the reservation, but was raised among non-Indians...

Fiction Mrs. Blasingame Poteet by Robert D. Grochov. In Philadelphia, Arthur and Butch lived across the street from Mrs. Blasingame Poteet, whose passion was her lawn. She had every kind of gardening tool imaginable. They had one son who had moved away. One summer day Mrs. Poteet asked if Arthur and Butch would like to help with her...

Comment by Richard Harris. It has been said again & again, & with great assurance that Pres. Nixon's best hope of surviving the social and political disaster called the Watergate affair lies in what one commentator called "the people's deep desire to believe in the President, whoever he may be at the time." Historically...

The Current Cinema Notes on Reporting and Fiction by Penelope Gilliatt. An essay criticizing the method of presenting fact and fiction in the film "State of Siege". (This is not the review, which appeared Apr. 14.) Franco Solinas wrote the film. He also wrote the film for Gillo Pont corvo's "The Battle of Algiers...

The Talk of the Town "L" by George W. S. Trow. Talk story about a ride on the last train to run on the last section of the Third Avenue "L," from 149th St. and Third Ave. in the Bronx to Gun Hill Road. This took place beginning at six minutes past twelve midnight on Sunday, April. 29. Description of the...

The Race Track Secretariat! by G. F. T. Ryall. It took the Meadow Stable's Secretariat just one minute and fifty-nine and 2/5ths seconds at Louisville last Saturday to prove he was the best colt in the 99th Kentucky Derby-and the best 3-year-old in the country. He gave the Meadow Stable and Lucien Laurin who trains...

The Theatre by Edith Oliver.

The Talk of the Town by Phyllis Harris. Talk story about a meeting called by Amnesty International, an organization concerned with political prisoners; this meeting concerned itself with torture. Among those present was Richard Chartier, the executive director of the Latin-American Working Group of the National Council of Churches. He said that in Latin America today the...

Profiles THE GOOD NEWS by Berton Roueche. PROFILE of Rev. Edward Thomas Hougen, of the Central Congregational Church, in Orange, Mass. (pop. 6,188). Spirit in Flesh, a rock from the Brotherhood of the Spirit Commune, in nearby Warwick, played at a benefit concert sponsored by the United Youth Ministry of Orange. The Commune is about four years...

The Talk of the Town Post Time by Hendrik Hertzberg. Talk story about a conversation with Andrew Beyer, racetrack columnist for the "Washington Star-News" and racing fan. Andy has been playing the horses for 17 of his 39 years. He went to Harvard with the class of '65 but never graduated largely because he omitted to take his final...

Fiction Her Son by Isaac Bashevis Singer. Story about a love affair described to the writer by his friend, Max Blender, an older writer with whom he sat in a cafe, in N.Y. In the cafe a nervous, poorly dressed man of about 40 came up to them. He complained to Max & Max gave him money...

Annals of Diplomacy SALT II-A WEAPON IN SEARCH OF A ROLE by John Newhouse. ANNALS OF DIPLOMACY about the SALT talks bet. U.S. & Russia. They had their origins in the mid-nineteen-eixties, when Wash. was trying to reconcile a damage-limiting strategy with the knowledge that it wouldn't work. The best glimpse of the dilemma is offered by Robert S. McNamara's posture...

Poetry Forcing the Light Back Out by Douglas Morea. I gathered shells by the sea, oyster shells...

Poetry Crystal by James Reiss. A man wets his forefinger with his tongue and holds...

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New Yorker Magazine - May 12, 1973 - Cover by Andre Francois

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